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12—THE RECORD, CHARDON, 0., DECEMBER 18, 1952
from
Monday guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parker were
Mrs. Floyd Hoffman of Mont
ville and Henry Clough of
Trumbull.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Krause
and family of Kent and Mrs.
Edith Krause of Auburn called
un Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Miller
and family Saturday evening.
Mrs.. Lettie Shipman returned
home Sunday after spending
six weeks with Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Sloneker in Painesville.
The First Methodist church
of Middlefield invites you
Christmas Sunday, Dec. 21st.
9:45 The Church at Study.
11:00 The Church at Worship.
Theme “Love Came Down at
Christmas.” Familiar
United choirs, Special
Holy Baptism, by
arrangement.
4 p.m. Church School
mas program.
Members of the Philathea
Sunday school class and Ruth
Naomi Circle were entertained
at the home of Mrs. Grace
White Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Nellie Wright conducted
devotionals and, following the
business routine for each or
ganization, Mrs. Carrie Town
This Is Your
Jffast (fiance
to Get Your Gift
for that
‘SpecialLady
on Your List!
We Still Have a
Large Selection
to Choose From
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Hazel Naftzger. Marv Rodhe
Middlefield. Ohio
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Middlefield
(Continued from page one) read a Christmas Story.
I The Philathea class voted
I ten dollars to the Music fund
for the Junior Choir which
has recently been organized.
Pittsburgh last Thursday to at
tend funeral services for Cliff
ord Robinson, who passed away
at his home here Tuesday
morning. Mrs. Robinson re
turned to Middlefield that eve
ning and will remain here for
the present at least. Her broth
ers, George, Gordon and Charles
farming'costs’aendn,.eneStedin '°WerinB yOUr
send for thh nl r"8 work Output
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Following the program, a soc
ial hour was enjoyed and de
licious refreshments were
served.
The Middlefield Progressive
y- e. Music Club was entertained at
Freeh of Sault Saint Mane, th? home of Mrs Berg-
Mich., came Wednesday and re
mained with Mrs. Robinson
until Friday morning.
mann Tuesday evening.
A varied Christmas program
was given featuring the organ,
piano, violin and flute, besides
I vocal solos and duets, and
'closed with group carol singing.
During the social hour which
followed, nineteen attractively
decorated boxes were packed
with fruit, nuts and candy,
to be distributed Christmas.
Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostess and assoc
iate hostesses, Miss Alice Shedd,
Mrs. Lois Smythe. Guests were
Mrs. Merle Brooks of Niles
and Mrs. Allen Foust formerly
of Warren.
Mrs.
Carols,
Music,
pre­
Christ-
Worship,
“Lighting
Candles.”
Christmas
Through Drama,
the Christmas
Carol singing,
Treats.
8 p.m. Candle-light
Cantata,
“The Childe Jesus.” Senior
choir under direction of How
ard C. Smith of Hiram
lege. Coffee hour also
follow, sponsored by
Senior Hi Fellowship.
Albert S. Wolstencroft, Mini
ster, E. Leon Sutch, Associate.
Col
will
the
Olds enter
Truth-Seeker’s
class at her
Rebecca
the
tained
Sunday school
home Wednesday evening at a
Christmas party. Mrs. W. A.
Forsythe reviewed a Chapter
from their study book.
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Phillips
and family of Chardon were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Ohl.
Mrs. Lyle Shipman returned
home Sunday after spending
several days with relatives in
Pittsburgh.
Pfc. James Burge, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burge, has
returned home for the first
time in nearly a year from
Fairbanks, Alaska, where he
i has been for several months.
On his return to the States, he
landed at Camp
He will be here
Holidays.
Carson, Colo,
until after the
Ladie’s
Little
Girl's
Hair
Craig enter
of fourteen
Mrs. Herbert
tained a group
little folks Saturday afternoon,
in honor of her son Herbert’s
sixth birthday. The children
had great fun decorating the
house for Christmas. Games
were enjoyed and refreshments
1 were served. Herbie received
many gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Craig enter
tained at a venison stedk din
ner Sunday. Guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Craig and
family and Mrs. Jeuhla Sun
berry of Johnston. The venison
was from a deer which Mr.
Craig brought back from his
recent hunting trip.
Russell’s Ambulance brought
Mrs. Jonas Shetler and infant
daughter home from St. Jos
eph’s hospital, Warren, Satur
day and Mrs. Freeman Mullett
and infant son to her home
from Corey hospital in Char
don, Monday.
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Middlefield schools will close
Friday afternoon, Dec. 19 and
will not re-open
1953.
until
Sunday, Dec. 21st, a Christ
mas Program, beginning at 10
a.m. followed by a short Wor
ship service. Young Peoples
meeting, 7 p.m., Warren Mc
Hugh, Leader. Mid-week Prayer
service, Wednesday—Christmas
Eve, 7:30 p.m.
The Friday Club will hold
their Christmas party Friday
evening, Dec. 19 at the horn'?
of Mrs. K. H. Mumaw on Sper
ry Lane. Instead of a gift ex
change, a money contribution
will be made for the Oppor
tunity School. Mrs.
will also entertain the
a Silver Tea, Tuesday,
from 2 to 4 p.m., and
ceeds from this affair will also
be added to the Opportunity
School fund.
Mrs. Malcolm Boom enter
tained six little folks in honor
of the sixth birthday of her
daughter, Becky Rae. Becky
Rae received many lovely gifts
and a delightful time was en
joyed by the children.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Boorn
and family were entertained
Sunday, at a pre-Christmas din
ner at the home of Mrs. Boom’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Hazen in Chardon.
Mrs. Boorn and her
little daughters, Bonnie
Connie Sue, Marc^ Ann and
Becky Rae, will leave Satur
day morning for Florida fo
a two weeks vacation. Mr.i
Boorn will fly to Lauderdale,
Fla., to join them for Christ
mas. Their little son, Frank,
will remain here with bis
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. Boorn.
Mr. Howard Boss and son,
Douglas, and Mr. Gary of
Chesterland called on Mr. and
Mrs. F. R. McGurer, Saturday.
Don’t forget the Snowball
Festivities for Saturday even
nig, Dec. 20. Many hours are
being spent on the decoration
of Veteran’s Memorial Hall
Middlefield, and when finished,
it will be a veritable Christmas
fairyland. And the
Frankie Strasek’s
from Cleveland.
Mrs. Harry Hafner who has
been in Lakeside hospital for
the past ten days for observa
tion returned to her home Tues
day and her condition is said
to be about the same.
Mr. and Mrs. Weston weie
in Ashtabula Saturday to attend
funeral services for their friend,
Paul Henderson.
NOT.CE OF SALE OF BOND*
Len'l ode, sec. 2293-2S
I
SEALED PROPOSALS will t»e
received at the office of thet’liyk
of the Hoard of Education of
Newbury Local School District,
Geauga County in Newbury, R. p,
Ohio, until 8:00 P.M. of January
12th. 1953, for the purchase of
bonds of said School District, in
the aggregate amount of $130,000.
00, dated the 1st day of January,
1953, and bearing interest now
estimated at the ra.e of 3 per
cent, per annum, payable semi
annually, Issued for the purpose of
constructing and erecting an addi
tion of six fireproof class rooms,
stairway as a basic plan, plus au
alternate for a wing, approxi
mately 14 ft. 33 ft., to contain
offices, library and music room,
general accordance with the plan
dated Sept. 8 th, 1952. and under
authority of the laws of Ohio and
of Section 4834-10 of the General
Code of Ohio, and under and in
accordance with a certain Reso
lution of the Board of Education
of said School District, entitled:
Resolution to issue Bonds after
submission to the Electors passed
on the 10th day of November,
1952.
Said Bonds are due and payable
as follows: 6000.00 due Sept. 1st
in each of the following years,
1954, 1966. 1959, 1962, 1965, 1966,
1968, 1971, 1974. and 1977, $5000,00
due Sept. 1st in each of the follow
1955, 1957. 1958,
1964, 1967, 1969.
1975 and 1976.
desiring to do so
bid or bids for
ing years.
1961, 1963,
1972, 1973,
Any one
I
BURTON
Jan. 5,
the Ele-
a.m.,
Friday, at 9:30
mentary grades will give, a
program at the school to whic’*.
the public is invited. In the af
ternoon the Junior Class will
entertain the high school wit1!
a Christmas program.
Wesleyan Methodist Church,
Middlefield, Ohio,
Rev. Clifford A. Hoien, Pastor.
Mumaw
Club at
Dec. 30,
the pro-
fou
Lou.
Orchestra—
Orchestra
and his
Frankie Strasek
chestra, you
Channel WEWS,
the last three
that they were
Village for four
also played with Jimmy .Kay
and the King Sister. He also
served his country in the
Armed Forces for four years.
Even if you never dance a
single light fantastic, you would
be amply repaid by the beauty
of the setting and the enchant
ing strains from Frankie
sek’s Orchestra. O, Yes,
will be door prizes and
other attractions too.
have heard
Cleveland
years. Before
at the Alpine
years and he
Stra
there
man}
been
Navy
Glenn Dale who has
with the United States
has returned to this country
from Japan and Korea
now in California
to be home with
Mrs. Ruth Dale
for Christmas.
and is
expects
mother,
family
but
his
and
(Continued from page one)
James of Cleveland Heights
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. James Blair.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bollinger
attended a party at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Glaze
in Chesterland on Saturday eve
ning. The group enjojed a
turkey dinner and dancing in
the evening.
Karl Goff of the Burton
Electric and Wayne Adams of
Middlefield Hardware attended
a Frigidaire Service meeting
at the Hotel Allerton in Cleve
land on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kibler
are leaving Saturday to spend
Christmas with their daughter
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wen
dell Beales, in Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Paryzek
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Petersen of Chesterland for din
ner on Sunday.
Mrs. Ed Bucsh and infant son
came home from Huron Road
hospital on Sunday. The boy
has been named Edward Bush,
Jr.
The Robert Hosmers enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Blair and family of Cleveland
for the weekend.
Mr. C. O. Morton has re
turned to his home in Garfield
after spending several
with his sister, Mrs.
Kibler.
I960.
1970,
may
Mid
present a
bonds based* upon their bearing a
different rate of interest tnan
specified in the advertisement, pro
vided however, that where a frac
1 such
fraction shall be one-quarter of 1
per cent, or multiples thereof. The
first Interest is payable on Sept.
1, 1953.
tional interest rate is bid
Said bonds will be sold to the
highest bidder, at the time and
place above mentioned, at not less
than par and accrued interest.
Bids shall be made upon all
of bonds ,pf'issue.
All bidB-muM stale (be number
of bonds bld for and the gross
anwunt of and accrued interest
accompanied by
a Certified Check drawn In favor
of the Board of Education of the
Newbury Local School District in
the sum of $130,000.00.
The Board of Education of said
School DiBWiatfMserve* the privil*
atruction Bonds.”
Board of Education of the
b..-r T— nznNew
County, Ohio, December 14, 1952.
Jessie Dutton, Clerk
weeks
F. E.
Brown,
Miss Colleen
of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
entertained 14
Little
little
daughter
Brown,
guests Sunday at a mock birth
day party. Colleen will be 5
years old on Christmas day,
which is a poor time to cele
brate a birthday. So, the party
was held Sunday. Colleen is
quite pleased about having the
date of her birthday. changed.
Mrs.
Mrs.
to
Mr. and
R. Hedlund
Theron Dean
the annual
for former
over the
and Mr. and
were hosts
Christmas
Bedford
weekend. Guests were present
from Akron and Cleveland. Din
ner on Sunday was at the Tea
party
teachers
Kenny and Bonnie, children
of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Blair
of Cleveland, spent a few days
last week with their grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gill.
Fred Gill is again making
his home with his son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Gill.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knisley,
and Mrs. Marvin Russell,
and Mrs. Danny Farmwald,
and Mrs. Burton Fish, Mr.
Mr.
Mr.
Mr.
and
diefield, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Mrs. Grant Schmid of Mid-
XIVAU, 1VX1 CHIU 1VLI d, XXV 1111 II1
McIntosh, Mrs. Linda Hess and
on 1
for
John Hess enjoyed dinner and
a Christmas party at the Home
stead Inn on Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knisley
spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Gray in Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lambdin,
Jr., and family of Lorain spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Lambdin, Sr.
Richard Neil is expected to
leave Valley Forge Army hos
pital, near Philadelphia,
Saturday to spend a 15 day
leave at home, over the holi
days.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pfenni
ger entertained Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Ash of Chardon for din
ner on Sunday.
Iowa Families
Iowa families average 3.8 per
sons. Farm families average 4.6
persons, and city families, 3 per
sons each. Iowa has more than
700,000 families. Iowa farm lands
and buildings are valued at a total
of more than $3% billion. More than
96 pe cent of Iowa farms are elec
trified. Iowa has 43 daily and 429
weekly newspapers. The Longview
Ski jump at Dubuque is 350 feet
long.
PROBATE NOTICE
APPROVAL AND SETTLEMENT
OF ACCOl'NTS
Accounts and vouchers of the
following’ named persons and es
tates have been filed in the Pro
bate Court of Geauga County,
Ohio, for approval and settlement.
DISTRIBUTIVE ACCOUNT
Mary .lane Mahaffey, Guardian of
ANNA M. LEWIS. Incompetent.
FINAL AND DISTRIBUTIVE
ACCOUNTS
Lucille D. Casselman, Executrix of
the Estate of CURTIS G. DAN­
IELS, Deceased.
Charles II. Miller, Administrator
of the Estate of HATTIE
MILLER. Deceased
FINAL ACCOUNTS
Bertha Tiffany, a.k.a. Bertha
Tiffany, Administratrix of
M.
the
Estate of BRADEN CHARLES
TIFFANY, Deceased.
Frank C. Carr, Administrator of
the Estate of WILLARD A.
LILLY. Deceased.
Ada M. Blackford Wittmann, Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of
SARAH JANE BLACKFORD, De
ceased.
FIRST PARTIAL ACCOUNTS
The Cleveland Trust Company. Ex
ecutor of the Estate of WILL­
IAM SEITZ. Deceased.
Marian D. Boston, Guardian of
DONALD JOSEPH LYNCH. Minor
Charles Kellogg. Guardian of
FRANK KELLOGG, Incompetent.
SECOND PARTIAL ACCOUNTS
Ruth Cliff Kimpel, Guardian of
ATTA C. GREEN. Incompetent.
B. J. Shanower, Trustee of the
Trust Created by Will of ALTDA
MERRIMAN, Deceased.
FOURTH PARTIAL ACCOUNT
Shanower. Guardian of V.
B.
George Turcie, Guardian of ALEX
THtotgTfcx ijirnnguwtejit.- saicHs
to.
ing before
24th day foJ3»an*arjtf
o’clock A. M., at which time
■aid accounts will be considered
o rto matters pertaining to the
execution of the trust, not less
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Mr. and Mrs, James Paryzck,
Jr., Mr.' and Mrs. Paul Clark,
Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jackson
were among a group that ob
served the birthday of Mrs.
Paul Clapacs at the Smorgas
bord in Sto won Sunday.
Mince Meat
Golden Dawn
Golden Dawn
Golden Dawn Spiced
Crabapples
Golden Dawn
Golden Dawn
Ct* It
HAROLD RICHMOND
Probate Judge
8
Work and Worry!
You’ll have a lot to do in the next
few days don’t make your Christ
mas dinner a needless chore. It will
be fun if you buy
Thrasher’s. Fun for
your meat at
you in prepar­
ing a meal that you know from the
beginning is going to be enjoyed by
all and fun for the folks who sit
down
All
to your table Christmas Day.
turkeys are oven ready—they
wrapped in cellophane—ready
come
for your favorite dressing and the
oven.
SHORT RIBS
Fresh
GROUND BEEF
Holiday
Grocery Specials
Golden Dawn Strained
Cranberry Sauce .. 23c
Golden Dawn
28-oz. jar
51c
Sweet Potatoes .... 29c
2 No. 2 Vi cans
Pumpkin 2 for 35c
.. 39c
4 No. 303 cans
Fruit Cocktail 1.00
3 No. 2V4 cans
Elberta Peaches ... 1.00
Lucky Leaf
M‘
Apple Sauce
Golden Dawn 46-oz. can
Pineapple Juice ... 31c
bvttg fid gnilovcH
■or
No. 2V4 cans
Golden Dawn* Sliced or Crushed No. 2 can
Pineapple ..
Kitchen Queen
Tomato Juice
THRASHER’S
Self-Serve Market and Frozen Food Servicenter
It's Thrasher's for Tasty Holiday Delights!
Maybe a lot of folks shopping the next few days. Maybe you’ll be a little longer than you think. But
you don’t have to worry if you shop at Thrasher’s.
Tender Steer Pot Roast lb. 59c
lb. 39c
California
Can
Golden Dawn Italian Red 2 lbs.
33c
Purple Plums Tokay Grapes 29c
•di. bei I
27
Tender Steer
RIB STEAKS
Sliced Baby
lb. 49c lb. 73c
BEEF LIVER
llb. pkg.
Pitted Dates 39c
Del Monte 15-oz. pkg.
Seedless Raisins ... 23c
Dromedary Dried 2 4-oz. jars
Dromedary
Orange Peel 35c
Whole Cherries 29c
Dromedary
Mixed Fruit
Dromedary
glass jar
Dried Citron ..
2 4-oz. jars
.. 43c
Holiday Nuts
Broadway 1-lb. cello pkg.
Mixed Nuts .. 53c
PRODUCE
Iceberg 2 heads
29c Head Lettuce 29c
c,-.q
fataH
46-oz. can^
o i
*33* A oe YJMO YAS
MW
CARL METZ
35c
Sun Glow, Large Polished, 1-lb. cello, pkg
Brazil Nuts ..
Blue Diamond
2 cans
39c
W if
57c
1-lb. cello, pkg.
Almonds .. 49c
Blue Diamond 1-lb. cello, pkg.
Pecans 49c
10-lb.i)*^
bunch
27c
MALfBH
lb. 79c
3 reg. 25c
LARGE
OXYDOL
hr
WITH. NEW
159c
DETERGENT
FORMULA
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15 Exicr
2 4-oz. jars
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33c 89c
FOR SPEEDIER
DISHWASHINS I
$
27c
AG SIZE.
2 19c
so
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2 for 59c
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